|OED requirements||antedating 1947|
|Earliest cite||James MacCreigh, 'Donovan Had a Dream'|
|Comment||Fred Galvin submitted a 1947 cite from "James MacCreigh's" "Donovan Had a Dream".
Fred Galvin submitted a 1963 cite from John Jakes' "Underfollow".
Fred Galvin submitted a 1950 cite from a book review by L. Sprague de Camp in Astounding.
Fred Galvin submitted a 1972 cite from George Zebrowski's "The Omega Point".
|Last modified||15 July, 2009|
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|1947 ‘J. MacCreigh’ Donovan Had a Dream in Thrilling Wonder Stories Oct. 27/1||‘Earthgirl?’ the guard repeated. ‘She didn't look like an Earthie.’|
|1950 L. S. de Camp Book Reviews in Astounding Sci. Fiction Aug. 147/1||Now Dr. Bel Arvardan, an archeologist from Outside, is coming to Earth to test his heterodox theory that all mankind is descended from the hated Earthies; and the Ancients, embittered by their treatment by the rest of the Galaxy, have prepared a dreadful revenge.|
|1963 J. Jakes Underfollow in Mag. Fantasy & Sci. Fiction May 66/1||The blue men of Mica II discriminated against Earthies, considered them inferior since the Micans had conquered the Earthies a hundred years ago.|
|1963 J. Jakes Underfollow in Mag. Fantasy & Sci. Fiction May 66/2||Through his ear button came the scratchy voice of the translator, talking Earthie for the benefit of Mica II's commercial colony.|
|1963 J. Jakes Underfollow in Mag. Fantasy & Sci. Fiction May 67/1||What the hell did Hopsford, light years away back on Earthie, understand about the difficulties of even communicating with the Micans‥?|
|1992 Locus Aug. 23/2||Earthies accordingly have a different way of dealing with aggression.|
|1993 A. C. Clarke Hammer of God 49||‘He's doing very well.’‘Yes, for an Earthie.’|